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Fe i Lines in 0.91–1.33 μm Spectra of Red Giants for Measuring the Microturbulence and Metallicities



Modern stellar spectroscopy caveats


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HD 344787: a true Polaris analogue?



R-process-rich Stellar Streams in the Milky Way* * This paper includes data gathered with the 6.5 m Magellan Telescopes located at Las Campanas Observatory, Chile.


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On the most luminous planetary nebulae of M31



Abundance–age relations with red clump stars in open clusters




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High-resolution spectroscopic follow-up of the most metal-poor candidates from SkyMapper DR1.1



Fluorine Abundances in the Globular Cluster M4


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HERMES spectroscopy of normal A and Am stars



GSP-spec line list for the parametrisation of Gaia-RVS stellar spectra


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Chemical abundances of 1111 FGK stars from the HARPS GTO planet search program. IV. Carbon and C/O ratios for Galactic stellar populations and planet hosts



Clues on the Origin and Evolution of Massive Contact Binaries: Atmosphere Analysis of VFTS 352


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Fe i Lines in 0.91–1.33 μm Spectra of Red Giants for Measuring the Microturbulence and Metallicities



Chemical abundance analysis of tucana III, the second r-process enhanced ultra-faint dwarf galaxy


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Extreme emission-line galaxies in SDSS – I. Empirical and model-based calibrations of chemical abundances



A comparison of stellar and gas-phase chemical abundances in dusty early-type galaxies


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OCCASO IV. Radial velocities and open cluster kinematics



OCCASO III. Iron peak and $\alpha$ elements of 18 open clusters. Comparison with chemical evolution models and field stars


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Discovery of new mercury–manganese stars, including a fast rotator



The EUV spectrum of the Sun: Quiet- and active-Sun irradiances and chemical composition


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Compact pebbles and the evolution of volatiles in the interstellar comet 2I/Borisov



Carbon star wind models at solar and sub-solar metallicities: a comparative study: I. Mass loss and the properties of dust-driven winds


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The Cepheids of M33 : distance and metallicity effects through Sloan filters



The chemical evolution of the dwarf Spheroidal galaxy Sextans


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Nitrogen abundance in the X-ray halos of clusters and groups of galaxies


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The mass-size plane of EAGLE galaxies


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Chemical composition of planet building blocks as predicted by stellar population synthesis



Stellar rotation and the extended main sequence turnoff in the open cluster NGC 5822


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HD 96446: a long-period binary with a strongly magnetic He-rich primary with β Cephei pulsations



On the Origin of the Scatter in the Red Sequence: An Analysis of Four CLASH Clusters


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Signatures of a jet cocoon in early spectra of a supernova associated with a γ-ray burst


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The inner two degrees of the Milky Way. Evidence of a chemical difference between the Galactic Center and the surrounding inner bulge stellar populations


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Neutron-capture elements in dwarf galaxies I: Chemical clocks & the short timescale of the $r$-process



AtomNeb: IDL Library for Atomic Data of Ionized Nebulae



The formation of bimodal dust species in nova ejecta – I. Chemical conditions



Evolving stellar models to find the origins of our galaxy


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High-resolution spectroscopic study of dwarf stars in the northern sky: Na to Zn abundances in two fields with radii of 20 degrees⋆,⋆⋆


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Contribution of type Ia supernovae to the chemical enrichment of the ultra-faint dwarf galaxy Bootes I



High-resolution spectroscopy of the high-velocity hot post-AGB star IRAS 18379–1707 (LS 5112)



Chemical evolution of the metal-poor globular cluster NGC 6809


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Accretion of a giant planet onto a white dwarf star



The Pristine survey – V. A bright star sample observed with SOPHIE



Chemical abundances along the 1G sequence of the chromosome maps: The Globular Cluster NGC 3201.


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Catalog for the ESPRESSO blind radial velocity exoplanet survey



Elemental Abundance Distributions in the (R, V ϕ ) Plane with LAMOST DR5 and Gaia DR2



Multiple populations in globular clusters: Unified efforts from stellar evolution and chemical evolution models



Azimuthal variations of oxygen abundance profiles in star-forming regions of of disc galaxies in the EAGLE simulations


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A comprehensive study of NGC 2345, a young open cluster with a low metallicity



The Cepheids of M33 : distance and metallicity effects through Sloan filters


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Disentangling the Arcturus stream


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Stellar population astrophysics (SPA) with the TNG. Characterization of the young open cluster ASCC 123


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Differential abundances of open clusters and their tidal tails: chemical tagging and chemical homogeneity


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What do planetary nebulae and H II regions reveal about the chemical evolution of nearby dwarf galaxies?


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Origin and Status of Low-Mass Candidate Hypervelocity Stars


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A stripped helium star in the potential black hole binary LB-1.



Chemical Network Reduction in Protoplanetary Disks


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Optical spectrum of distant OH/IR star V1648 Aql (IRAS 19386+0155)



On degeneracies in retrievals of exoplanetary transmission spectra



The first multidimensional view of mass loss from externally FUV irradiated protoplanetary discs



The Hubble Space Telescope UV Legacy Survey of Galactic Globular Clusters – XIX. A chemical tagging of the multiple stellar populations over the chromosome maps



The evolution of CNO isotopes: the impact of massive stellar rotators



Detailed Abundances in the Ultra-faint Magellanic Satellites Carina II and III.


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Radial abundance gradients in the outer Galactic disk as traced by main-sequence OB stars.


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Discovery of a nitrogen-enhanced metal-poor binary system: Possible evidence for pollution from an extinct massive AGB Star


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Feedback and its role in galaxy formation



The metal-rich halo tail extended in |z|: a characterization with Gaia DR2 and APOGEE


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Metallicity Gradients in M 31, M 33, NGC 300 and the Milky Way Using Abundances of Different Elements



Small-scale chemical abundance analysis in a blue compact dwarf galaxy SBS 1415+437



Origin of the excess of high-energy retrograde stars in the Galactic halo